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Cybercriminals may have tainted Covid-19 vaccine data before leaking it online

Cybercriminals may have tainted Covid-19 vaccine data before leaking it online

The European Medicine Agency, EU’s drug regulator, said new evidence has emerged that suggests that the cybercriminals who stole the Covid-19 vaccine data from the agency in December might have altered it before releasing them online to undermine the public’s trust in the data. The EMA has not disclosed much about the hack, but said data it received for the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine was stolen.

David
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Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 2 months

"We can't give you any verifiable facts about this so you will just have to trust us."

Chris
Chris 2 months

Lets put it this way, as we know many of the aspects of the vaccine is seriously flawed before this theft occured so frankly its more a case of telking us what we already know. We know the vaccine is the mist untested of any vaccine launched on the public under emergency laws. We know from past vaccines the serious issue of ADE which is completely ignored. We know the efficacy claim is based on a wide age grouphttp://dataset such as 65+ but that if the efficacy was to be measured over 75+ would result in a dramatically lower efficacy. We know those receiving the vaccine first are the most vulnerable and are the guinea pigs. So if I could be handed the research data unaltered or altered I would refuse it on the basis that I dont need it to make my decision at 73 of most certainly will not take the jab.

Watcher
Watcher 2 months

Its not a vaccine. Doesn't stop infection, doesnt stop the spread, you will still need to social distance and wear a mask after the jab. So how is herd immunity achieved? Now stories of hacking to distract people, with no real evidence. And when all liability is removed for pharmaceutical companies, including criminal liability, bet your a$$ there is just cause for vaccine hesitancy. I've had vaccines in the past, but not this one.

Goi
Goi 2 months

"If you can't fight them, then join them." If the data are fudged. Then most probably it was Pfizer/Biontech who leaked the fudged data. There is no point to steal the data, fudging it and releasing it to the public. It only ruin one own reputation, giving credence to Pfizer/Biontech and damage the claims of those against big pharma indutrial complex.

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